Built in 1974, the pipeline connecting the municipalities of Villaries (31) and Albi (81) is due to undergo a renewal project in order to ensure its safety and to maintain our gas transport grid. In order to comply with the regulatory and technical requirements, Teréga has decided to modernise and adapt the pipeline located between the municipalities of Villariès (31) and Albi (81).
To successfully complete the REVA project, Teréga is voluntarily organising a prior public consultation in early 2022.The consultation takes place at the stage of researching the project's route. it will be optimised according to its findings. The REVA project thus meets several objectives:
Modernising and adapting the natural gas grid between Villariès and Albi, prioritising a route more favourable to the local area.
Maintaining the current supplies to the 14 public distribution grids and 7 industrial customers.
Contributing to the development of renewable gases thanks to the connection of NGV stations (St Sulpice) and methanisation units (Trifyl).
With nearly 70 km of pipeline to renew between the municipalities of Villariès (31) and Albi (81), the REVA project (Villariès-Albi Renewal) meets the challenge of modernising and securing our gas transport infrastructures in Occitanie. Built in 1974, the pipeline connecting the two municipalities needs to be replaced in order to meet the regulatory and technical requirements. As for all projects for renewing and modernising our infrastructure, Teréga is contributing to the development of the regions. For the REVA project, this includes connecting a methanisation station (Trifyl) and connecting an NGV station within the municipality of Saint-Sulpice-la-Pointe (81).
of pipelines with a nominal diameter of 200 mm
of connections to join the existing delivery stations
new delivery station within the municipality of Albi
meetings (public or thematic) as part of the prior public consultation
of pipelines in Haute-Garonne (31)
of pipelines in the Tarn (81)
As for any development project, building a new gas grid has effects on the areas that is crosses, during the building work phase in particular. That is why Teréga wants to enable all interested parties to contribute to its preparation.
To do so, Teréga has chosen to voluntarily organise a prior public consultation from 31 January to 6 March 2022 in accordance with the principles of the Environmental Code. This measure complements the regional dialogue already begun in 2020 as part of the studies with nearly 70 local actors (local authorities, chambers of agriculture, State administrative authorities and services).
The consultation will, in particular, be the opportunity to:
share the lessons learned of the studies which have led to the identification of the preferred corridor of 100 metres for the gas pipeline,
identify the local issues to take into account in researching the route (sensitive issues to avoid, opportunities to take into account, etc.),
define those measures likely, firstly, to favour the smooth execution of the work and secondly, the territorial integration of the pipeline over the long term,
establish what the arrangements for informing the public could be and permitting input from them throughout the project.
A assessment was made by Teréga presenting the measures intended in the light of the lessons learned from the consultation.
The consultation is open to any interested person, whether you are directly affected (owners and farmers of the land crossed, neighbours, etc.) or otherwise.
It is in line with the spirit of the main principles issued by the national commission on public debate:
Transparency of the information and responses given by the commissioning client.
Equivalence of treatment for all. Each person can participate and express themselves in the same way, whatever their status (simple citizen, elected representative, representative of an association, etc.).
Argumentation of the opinions expressed: consultation favours an exchange of points of view supported by reasons about the project.
in the mayoral offices of the 26 municipalities affected by the study corridor,
at the entrance to the public meetings,
and on written request sent to: Teréga, Concertation REVA, Direction Projets d’infrastructures, 40 avenue de l’Europe, CS 20 522, 64 010 PAU Cedex (indicating your postal address).
Various meetings are planned throughout the consultation. They will take place in compliance with the health measures in force. Due to the sanitary context, to be informed about the conditions of access to the consultation meetings, registration is strongly recommended by email to email@example.com.
The health pass will be required for the meetings.
Public meeting at Paulhac, february 1st 2022, 18h00: Salle des fêtes, 25 rivière haute, 31380 Paulhac
Public meeting at Saint-Sulpice-la-Pointe, february 2nd 2022, 18h00: Salle de concert René Cassin, Place Jean Jaurès 81370 Saint-Sulpice
Public meeting at Técou, february 3rd 2022, 18h00: Salle multiculturelle, 24 chemin des martisses 81600 Técou
Thematic meeting “Gas & Innovation” at Albi, march 3rd 2022, 16h30: Amphithéâtre d’honneur de l’Ecole des mines, All. des sciences, 81000 Albi.
Thematic meeting “Gas & Agriculture” at Parisot, march 4 2022, 10h30: Salle des fêtes, chemin de la Mouline, 81310 Parisot.
All the meetings will be filmed and available on our website www.terega.fr.
If you were not able to attend the public meetings, you can watch them in replay and read reports, in french, through the links below. The dematerialized register is open, you can submit your contribution.
Do you wish to ask a question, give your opinion, make a proposal?
The various consultation meetings are designed to give you a voice.
You can also contribute from 31 January until 6 March at midnight:
or by postal letter to Teréga, Concertation REVA, Direction Projets d’infrastructures, 40 avenue de l’Europe, CS 20 522, 64 010 PAU Cedex (as per the postmark for the deadline).